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The Sagaponack man charged with setting fire to a $34 million Dune Road house in Bridgehampton on April 19 has been found mentally incompetent to stand trial by several doctors, his attorney said.
East Hampton Town could owe more than $330,000 for a study of the Montauk Inlet by the Army Corps of Engineers — a hefty bill of which town officials were unaware but which recently came to light as part of a lawsuit against the town and the Army Corps
Sculptures created after bombing over Lockerbie offered as gift to the town
In a scathing decision denouncing the testimony of a retired East Hampton Town justice as “either self-serving or intentionally vague and disingenuous,” a State Supreme Court judge has ordered her to repay $1.045 million plus interest to a former partner of her late husband
If there’s one thing that stays the same in Hamptons real estate, it’s change. And if any area is getting much-needed change, it’s the commercial zone of the tiny hamlet of Water Mill
East Hampton Village has instituted a hotline and email address at which residents can lodge complaints about excessive landscaping and construction noise.
A Springs man with a long criminal history is back in jail after a daytime burglary in which he allegedly attacked a 21-year-old woman in Southampton Village Friday morning.
The eye-popping price reportedly paid in the recent sale of 16 acres on Further Lane in East Hampton Village has attracted the most attention, but the status of two historic landmarks on the property is of greater importance to preservation advocate
New York State Assemblyman Fred W. Thiele Jr. has introduced legislation that would hold anyone who plants or maintains running bamboo on their property responsible for the cost of removing the invasive species from neighboring properties and repairing any damage the roots, called rhizomes, have caused